Blue Monster® ZERO®, an industrial-strength, eco-friendly PTFE-enriched pipe thread sealant with zero VOCs, zero PFOA and zero lead, is now available from Clean-Fit Products, a division of The Mill-Rose Company.
The Clean-Fit Products division of Mill-Rose is now offering Monster Wipes Industrial Towels — a tough, synthetic-based disposable wiper offering superior wet strength and versatility. With 550% absorbent capacity, Monster Wipes are great for cleaning up water, solvent and oil-based spills.
Monster Wipes’ latex-free fabric is soft, virtually lint-free, for delicate wiping applications, while providing superior strength for cleaning grease and grime off tools, parts and a range of hard surfaces.
The Clean-Fit Products division of The Mill-Rose Company has introduced Blue Monster® OXY-Clutch, a new specially-formulated thread sealant for high-pressure, pure oxygen piping systems. OXY-Clutch is PTFE enriched and provides superior sealing characteristics, is inert, non-corrosive and non-flammable, and contains no VOCs, silicone or hydrocarbons. This unique thread sealant has an effective temperature range from -320°F to 450°F (-196°C to 232°C) at pressures up to 2,600 PSI (180 BAR). Blue Monster® OXY-Clutch is tested for Autoignition Temperature according to the stringent standard of ASTM G-72.
Videos demonstrating the use of Blue Monster products in plumbing, heating, air conditioning and refrigeration applications are now available from the Clean-Fit Products division of The Mill-Rose Company. The featured video above shows the Blue Monster copper fitting brush in action.
On Friday, January 24, 2019, brush manufacturers from around the world gathered for the 57th Annual Mill-Rose Brush Manufacturers and Suppliers Luncheon, held at Pickwick and Frolic restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. At the luncheon’s opening, Mill-Rose President Greg Miller welcomed representatives from around the world. “Networking plays an important role in our business and there is no better way of communicating with contributors to our industry, whether manufacturers or suppliers, than at this annual meeting,” says Greg Miller. Miller continued with a brief explanation of the history behind the annual luncheon event and the importance of relationships within the brush manufacturing industry.